When you look upon this house for the first time, I bet the first thing that pops into your mind will be white. Almost everything in this Spanish house is white. It might seem monotonous to some people, but overall the whiteness of the house only makes it look pristine and elegant. Besides, there isa lot of interesting furniture to make up for the lack of colors.
The shape of the house is very angular, with straight lines that add to its modernand minimalisticdesign style. In front of the house there is a huge swimming pool, and on its side are several sofas, making an ideal place to relax and socialize.The rooms and furniture inside the house is in proportion with the swimming pool: they are all huge.Huge living room, huge bedroom, huge bathroom, huge sofas, huge beds, huge tables—everything is king-sized. You’ll feel like you are living in a contemporary palace. The living room, for example, has two large chaises where you can watch TV while comfortably stretching your legs before you. Beside them there is the seating area, which has a large coffee table flanked by two enormous sofas. Of course, all of those are white, except for the wooden table between the chaises, the pale blue painting above the TV, the yellow and red cushions on the sofas, and a yellow flower vase. These items, although not many, manage to give a refreshing touch to the predominantly white setting.
There are some parts of the house that just stand out from the others, thanks to the interesting decorations in it. The hallway beside the staircase is an example. There is a decorative rough-hewn wooden ladder leaning on the piece of wall in the middle of it. Another wall is dominated bya mirror which has wide wooden frame around it, also rough-hewn. On the floor under the mirror there are several potted flowers. These pieces of decoration create a rustic look, in contrast to the ultra-modern look of the surroundings.Yet another worth noticing spot in this Spanish house is the study. An entire wall of this room is taken up by a long desk and shelves that stretchup to the ceiling. The desk is divided to three sections: two for writing and reading, and one—the one in the middle—has a TV set on it. On the opposite side of the room is a huge sofa, which is also almost as long as the room itself. The interesting part is that this room is the most colorful room in this house, although its dominant color is still white. The chairs in this room are red and green, there are patterned cushions on the sofa, and on the wall there’s a colorful statue of a horse’s head.
The other rooms of this Sotogrande House are also fascinating in their own ways, and that is a proof of how impeccable this house really is. With its clean white appearance and the little refreshing touches of colors or decorations, this house looks pristine and elegant indeed.